Things to do in Malawi, Malawi: The Best Museums

July 22, 2021 Nobuko Falco

Safari on horseback, in a 4 x 4, on foot or by boat to take in Malawi's nine national parks and wildlife reserves, encompassing highlands and marshes. Lake Malawi attracts boaters, fishing enthusiasts, water skiers and snorkelers to its clear, fresh waters that house more than 400 fish species.

1. Kungoni Centre of Culture & Art

Mtakataka Malawi +265 999 03 58 70 http://www.kungoni.org/
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4.5 based on 18 reviews

Kungoni Centre of Culture & Art

Mandala Road, Blantyre Malawi +265 1 810 932 http://www.bizmalawionline.com
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41%
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47%
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8%
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4.5 based on 51 reviews

La Caverna Art Gallery

3. Cultural and Museum Centre of Karonga

Karonga Malawi +265 1 362 579
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17%
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17%
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4.0 based on 6 reviews

Cultural and Museum Centre of Karonga

4. Chichiri Museum

Kasungu Crescent, Blantyre Malawi +265 1 873 258
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2.5 based on 2 reviews

Chichiri Museum

001 Jalo Port, Likoma Island Malawi +265 999 73 22 47 [email protected] http://www.facebook.com/fristcool
Shrubs Art Craft and Culture Art Gallery

Shrubs Art Craft and Culture Gallery Shop is situated at Jalo Port by the loading and offloading area for boats. It offers Likoma Island paintings, recycled art,local fabric fashion pieces among others.

6. Museum of Malawi

Kasungu Malawi https://m.facebook.com/MuseumsOfMalawi/

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